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How Long Do You Stay High After Dabs?

How Long Do You Stay High After Dabs?

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How Long Do You Stay High After Dabs?

Dabs are so popular because they pack a serious punch. With all that THC, you’re probably wondering: How long do you stay high after dabs?

Humans have been smoking weed since, well, forever. Dabs are relatively new to the mainstream of cannabis culture, but they are becoming hugely popular. Essentially, dabbing involves inhaling vaporized cannabis concentrates. The process requires its own special equipment, because the concentrates are typically in a sticky, wax-like form that needs high temperatures to vaporize. And as you probably guessed from the term “concentrates,” there’s way more THC in a dab hit than anything else. Dabs will get you higher than you’ve ever been before. Which raises a simple question: How long do you stay high after dabs?

How High Do Dabs Get You?

To put it simply, insanely high. Like, orbiting the fifth moon of Jupiter high. Like, unable to differentiate your body from the couch your sitting on kind of high.

First-time dabbers are in for a surprise, especially if they’re in the habit of puffing flower. Waxes, concentrates, or “shatter” can reach THC levels that fresh herb could only dream of. We’re talking in the 70-90 percent THC range on average, whereas the beefiest flower tops out at around 35 percent THC.

Pulling down a dab hit, for this reason alone, means you’ll stay high long after you’re used too. In other words, you’ll be high for a very, very long time. If you’ve just done some dabs and are only now asking yourself or friends, “how long do you stay high after dabs,” it’s already too late for you. You’re going to be high for a while. So buckle in, ride out the sweats, the possible dizziness, inability to take a full breath, and try to adjust yourself to the journey.

Exactly How Long Do You Stay High After Dabs?

How Long Do You Stay High After Dabs?

Like all things related to your body, your mileage with a dab hit will vary. Different physical traits, including your weed tolerance, all factor into how long you stay high after dabs.

It’s also generally accepted that concentrates are much more “efficient,” regarding cost than smoking flower. For most smokers, an eighth of concentrate can last a couple of weeks. An eighth of flower lasts a significantly shorter amount of time if you’re smoking regularly.

But for the best answer to the question, how long do you stay high after dabs, it makes sense to turn to the world-record holder for the biggest dab hit ever.

Dabs are a sensation among recreational users for the hard-hitting, next-level buzz they provide. But the record holder for the biggest dab hit, Mountain Man, uses concentrates for medicinal reasons. Mountain Man, as he’s known in the dabbing community, suffers from acute chronic pain in his knees due to an injury he suffered on the job.

And according to him, taking otherworldly dab hits is the only thing that provides long-term relief from his knee pain. After one of Mountain Man’s chart-topping dab hits, he describes how he feels his lungs get “heavy” with THC. And for the next two weeks, he’s pain-free, thanks to the deposits of THC hanging out in the deepest recesses of his lungs.

Dabs Will Leave You High Longer Than Anything Else

Don’t worry, you probably you won’t be high for two weeks straight, like Mountain Man. Unless, of course, you take a 25-gram dab hit in one go, like him.

But there’s a lesson in extremis. Due to the concentrated nature of dabs, you’re simply taking in more THC than you could smoking flower or even eating edibles. And that THC sticks around in your system longer, making sure you absorb as much as possible.

That’s why, if you’re new to dabs, it’s important to understand what you’re getting into. Start small and slowly increase your dose. And if you’re a regular smoker looking for a marathon high, you’re going to love the dabbing experience.

Adam Drury

Adam is a staff writer for Green Rush Daily who hails from Corvallis, Oregon. He’s an artist, musician, and higher educator with deep roots in the cannabis community. His degrees in literature and psychology drive his interest in the therapeutic use of cannabis for mind and body wellness.

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